The EoC offered its first school in North America for students and young adults interested in learning about communion and social entrepreneurship. The school, held from June 20-23, 2017 at Mariapolis Luminosa in Hyde Park, NY, was organized and staffed by the EoC North America Commission. 25 were in attendance, including young men and women […][more]
No one could meet Lenny Szczesniak and remain the same
By Clare Zanzucchi
Love in action is how many describe Leonard Szczesniak’s life. It was his characteristic trait. Whether old or young, Christians, Muslims, Jews, of other faiths or no religious tradition, from all walks of life — many were touched by his humility and concrete care […][more]
Howard Belcher, the first married focolarino from the U.S., reached his destiny
By Jerry Hearne
For every new enterprise, there are always pioneers who blaze a trail for others to follow, whether it be for space travel, a medical breakthrough, or, in the case at hand, the birth of an ecclesial movement in a nation.
The beginnings of […]
Farewell to our avid proofreader Sr. Margaret Karam, OP
By Susanne Janssen
Armed with a red pen and a smile, Sr. Margaret Karam, OP, would come to the Living City offices each month when our magazine was almost ready to go to the printer, and in three to four hours she would read through the whole issue.
Celebrating Terry Gunn , Focolare co-director for the Eastern United States, who concluded his holy journey November 8, 2010/[more]
Nobody ever could contain her love, it was without boundaries. “Now in heaven,” commented a friend, “her love has no restrictions of time and space anymore.”[more]
From Loppiano, the international town of the Focolare Movement, Pope Francis launched an appeal to face together the pressing needs of our time.[more]
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